The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, September 15, 1978, Page page 2, Image 2
. titr riif t-'-tiiMft'W'iwi nrrg ;. page 2 dally nebraskan friday, September 15, 1978 Open at 11 :00 am -12:30 pm Sundays 10:00 am -10:00 pm r Try Tico's New Natural Foods menu If Foods of Mexico l'lli A M 475-1018 Gerald Ford endorses Daub Former President Gerald Ford has endorsed 2nd Congressional District Re publican nominee Hal Daub, it was announced Thursday. At a news conference, former Ford state chairman Pat Haller read a letter from Ford telling Daub of the endorsement. "I just wanted to you to know how proud I am of your efforts and that I whole-heartedly endorse your candidacy for the United' States Congress," Ford wrote. "I know of the tremendous progress your campaign has made in the 2nd District in Nebraska. I am confident that you will capture this seat for us In Novem ber and that you will serve your district and this country well." Daub said he felt the endorsement by Ford would aid his campaign and "it also means a lot to me personally." "When things like this start happening, you realize your work means something and that you're really making progress," Daub said. Daub is opposing incumbent Democrat John Cavanaugh, in the 2nd District race. I Sept. 1 8th - 23rd daily nebraskan short stuff o Clothing 20 -30 off o Raquets 10 off White Stag Bravado Topseed Newcombe Jantzen Rhia Yamaha's 30's Spaldings Davis Traberts Slazenger Frame Strings 1 22 N. 12th Publication No. 14480 Editor in chief: Carla Engstrom. Managing editor: Betsie Am nions. News editor: Tamara Lee. Associate news editors: E.K. Casaccio and John Minnick. Night news editor: John Ortmann. Layout editor: Liz Beard. Entertainment editor: Casey McCabe. Sports editor: Jim Kay. Photography chief: Ted Kirk. Art director: Jack Raglin. Magazine editor: Amy Lenzen. Magazine managing editor: Mary Jo Howe. Copy editors: Jill Denning, Deb Emery, Kim Hachiya, Lynn Paustian, Sue Schaecher, Deb Shanahan, Margaret Stafford, George Wright and Jeff Unger. Business Manager, Jerri Haussler. Peoduction Manager: Kitty Policky. Advertising Manager: Denise Jordan. Assistant Adver tising Manager: Pete Huestis. The Daily Nebraskan is published by the UNL Publications Board on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday during fall and spring semesters, except during vacations. Address: Daily Nebraskan, Nebraska Union 34, 14th and R streets, Lincoln, Neb. 68588. Telephone: 472-2588. Material may be reprinted without permission if attributed to the Daily Nebraskan, except material covered by a copywright. Second class postage paid at Lincoln, Neb. 68501. AT TAMES, YOU F VEm mm be a sot HRflAN NWOSOiiVie . BUT A PIZZA, USING ONLY THE BEST INGREDIENTS PREPARED DAILY, AND DELIVERED FREE, NEVER IS. fesfc free deliVem FAST FREE DELIVERY (Franchise Delivery Area Only) 475-7672 611 IV! . 27th i 1 HOURS SUN: 11:00-1:30 a.m. MON.-THURS. 4:30-1:30 a.m FRI. 4:30-2:30 a.m. SAT. 11:00-2:30 a.m. -(IS o a. id fast free cfefverv c o cents off any pizza Good through Oct. 1st. The English Department is seeking undergraduate majors to serve on the Chairman's Advisory com mittee, Grade Appeals com mittee, Departmental Cur riculum committee, Teaching committee and the Faculty Recruitment com mittees for Afro-American Studies and for Popular Literature Studies. To apply, contact Prof. James McShane, 202B Andrews Hall before Sept. 20. Seniors hoping to do graduate work next year should consider applying for Danforth, Marshall and Rhodes Scholarships. For more information contact Oldfather Hall 1223. ECKANKAR will meet to discuss "Soul Travel and Extra Sensory Perception", Monday at 8 p.m. in the Nebraska Union. Room number will be posted. The Undergraduate Soc iology Association will meet Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. in Oldfather 707. The American Society for Personnel Administra tion will meet Tuesday at 7 pjn. on Third floor Sweep Left. calendar 8 ajn.-5 pjn.-University Police training class, room 216 11:45 a.m.-CoOege of Arts and Sciences-luncheon, Pewter Rm. 12 pm. -Teachers Col lege Service Division -luncheon, room 203 1 p.m. -Muslim Student Association, room 202 6:30 - Studnet Y-YMCA flag football meeting, Aud. 8 pjn -UPC Great Plains Blues Festival, Centennial Rm. Booths -1 A-Student Y 2A-UPC Cultural Center 3A-Campus Pastors 4A-UPC Foreign Films TOP QUALITY t i ! . i Bottom Prices and fast service, too.